orb3000 · Dec 5, 2010 at 06:00 am

Birdy Bounce for WP7

XDA member Mod Monkeys presents Birdy Bounce, the Doodle Jump of Windows Phone 7 devices. Using the tilt controls on WP7, you have to take care a young bird on its way up in the world avoiding the many dangers that awaits for you and which could move your bird all the way down. The levels of Doodle Tower are generated by an intelligent level randomization algorithm, which provides a new experience every time you start playing while avoiding impossible situations to keep the fun for a long time.
The game can be found for free on the market.

Originally posted by Mod Monkeys
Birdy Bounce

Our old game “Doodle Tower” has been removed from the marketplace because of the similarity of its name to the name of another app, but we did not give up and started working on a successor. We were very careful in the development process to avoid any further inconveniences and are proud to finally be able to present you our new game Birdy Bounce for Windows Phone 7. The game is available for FREE, we want that everyone who previously downloaded our old game can upgrade for free. However, it will not stay for free forever, so better hurry!

App Description:

In Birdy Bounce, you are steering a young bird on its way up to the horizon by using the accurate tilt controls of your Windows Phone 7 device. Be warned, the way is dangerous and many birds before you fell to their death. Only the fittest will survive this dangerous travel – how far can you get?

The gameplay experience provides a vast amount of different platform types you can use to jump higher and higher. There will be breakable, moving or thorny platforms and even some that give you a turbo boost and some that vanish before your eyes when you aren’t fast enough.

You can find more information in the game thread.


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